Hey, Bryan! Thanks for your good comment, feedback, and resources! We'll look these things up.—Aaron Fagan, Associate Editor
Hey, Alex! It's a Zep product called Clear Shell. I just added the link above. I was having trouble finding it myself!—Aaron Fagan, Associate Editor
Thank you for listening, and thank you for the links.—Aaron Fagan, associate editor
Great feedback, Tyler! Good considerations for homeowners evaluating a quote and for contractors factoring the proper expenses to include in their quote. —Aaron Fagan, associate editor
Thank you for the feedback, serick83! Please feel free to submit any questions you may have to email@example.com.—Aaron Fagan, Associate Editor
Thank you for your feedback, blair633, however, advanced framing is an accepted practice that has been around for quite some time now. While you are correct to point out that it's not appropriate for all regions, the project featured in this video is in a noncoastal region of Texas. The video was merely meant to serve as a primer for those who may be unfamiliar with the general principles of advanced framing, and we always advise our readers to work with local building officials. As for the differences between OSB and plywood, it is not stated whether one is better than the other. Risinger merely states a preference for plywood, which may be an excellent topic for a future episode! Please feel free to submit any questions you may have to firstname.lastname@example.org.—Aaron Fagan, Associate Editor
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